We are developing a few API internally that I would like to document.
Currently the only "documentation" available is a simple JMeter project. It contains calls to the API.
The main drawbacks are that :
* JMeter is not made to create a specification for the API
* Its XML file does not play nice on git
As I would like to version my specification / documentation in my git repository, OpenAPI seems a good fit. However, I am looking for a tool to display the documentation in a nice way (some kind of UI) and make API calls based on the specification.
Postman seems to be OK for the job but are there any other major tools that I am missing for my benchmark?
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